I would feel no shame by saying that the only thing wrong this show is that it’s only thirteen minutes per episode (OP and ED included). I could totally see myself watching twenty minutes of this every week for the next twelve weeks, no problem.
The artwork is nothing special. It doesn’t have to be. Its key feature definitely isn’t the artwork. Still, it’s by no means bad. I think Sena, Yuuki’s editor, is absolutely brilliant. A loli editor that’s self-conscious about her little breasts… Definitely worth watching if the material is properly used!
The story is the best thing here. It’s not complicated, it’s not flashy and it’s certainly not that hard to imagine. It’s pure genius. Just a slice of life piece about the life of an ero mangaka and his colleague and friends.
I truly do recommend this. I’m sure comedy fans and perhaps slice of life fans wouldn’t mind watching this at all. I laughed and laughed during those ten glorious minutes. It really is too bad that it’s so short.
Plot Summary: The story depicts the work-life of a perverted mangaka, Aito Yuuki, and his assistant, Ashisu Sahoto. Constantly pressured by his editor and lacking experience with girls, Aito asks Ashisu to act as a reference.Read More
You know, I might actually buy the Blu-Ray collection of Kamigami no Asobi. Yes, I’ll buy it so that I can sprinkle it with gasoline and light it on fire. It’s crap like this that needs to be burned with fire. The hotter the better.
The artwork is just too much. They don’t focus on the girl as much as they do the boys. You actually saw scenes where the boys were glowing and surrounded by flowers. What the hell is up with that? It’s too obvious that they made this show primarily for girls.
How interesting can this story possibly be? A human girl is supposedly going to teach a class of young gods about humanity. Of course, normal gods won’t do. They all have to be “beautiful” young boys. Also, there can be only one girl…
Kill me. Thread carefully if you have a penis. This might not be for you. I’m sure your average girly-girl will love this, but it ends there. This just isn’t for me.
Plot Summary: Yui Kusanagi is ordered by Zeus, a god and the headmaster of a school he created, to teach the meaning of love to young and handsome gods. The reason he has for doing this is to cancel the negative effects of the weakening bond between the world of the divine and the world of the humans.Read More
I saw the pre-air version of this show and I must say that I’m really not all that impressed. I didn’t read up on it, it never caught my eye and I’m actually about to watch it again because I can’t remember most of what I saw… That’s not a good sign.
The artwork, from what I can remember, was decent. I think that Nanami is the show’s crown jewel when it comes to character design. She is the first somewhat unique character I’ve seen that I would be able to recognize out of a ten-character line-up. Maybe…
The story is what worries me… It’s not all that unique, is it? I mean… A guy comes along with the ability to see things that others can’t. He can see what someone else wants or when someone’s about to die. Stuff like that has been done to death (pun intended). They might make it interesting if they can focus just enough on the romance.
Am I looking forward to this? Not really. Will I continue watching? Probably. There are one of two things that piqued my interest. That’s why I’m going to watch at least one or two more episodes before I decided to drop it or not. I suggest you do the same thing.
Plot Summary: Hatate Sota is a high school boy, who has an ability to visualize “flags” for future events such as “death flag,” “friendship flag,” and “romance flag.” Despite the flag-viewing ability, he avoids making friends with others due to a trauma he experienced in a ship submergence accident. Four beautiful girls get interested in his strange way of living, and they begin to live with him at the school dorm by force.Read More
Here we go again! Let the big breasts bounce, the curvy asses shake and the supernatural powers destroy everything… Maken-Ki is back! I’m afraid I won’t be writing about the second season. I found it very hard to muster a few decent lines during the first episode. The episodes contained too much fan service for me to write up proper reviews without coming across as some kind of demonic pervert.
The artwork is still as amazing as ever. The characters still look great, sexy and too erotic to be on regular television, the details are as nice as ever and the action is still as fluid as I can remember. Good times are definitely coming.
Story is interesting. I always thought that it was and I never stopped thinking that. That being said, I believe that is too much fan service for me to take the story serious. It’s got a nice foundation but I wouldn’t really call it amazing.
All the ecchi fans will lover this. People that enjoy watching characters with super powers might, too. I couldn’t possibly recommend it to other people. It’s just too much fan service and not much else.
Plot Summary: Takeru Ohyama, a young normal yet perverted minded guy, got accepted and now goes to a school that, unknown to him, was where combat and magic is used. On the first day, he meets again after three years: Haruko Amaya, his childhood friend, Inaho Kushiya, a girl who says she’s his fiance, and Kodama Himegami, a blonde who wants to kill him. Finding out that there are many girls there that just don’t like him, he is told that everyone there uses a special magic ability while using an item or weapon called a Maken. Later, he finds that no Maken is acceptable for him and doesn’t know what to do, since in this school the students get into duels that showcase their magic and combat power, of which he seemingly has none.Read More
This ending seems familiar. Oh, that’s right, it’s the same as the first season’s ending. It basically doesn’t end anything, does it? That just means that there’s probably going to be a third freezing season. I just hope it won’t be as mediocre as this one.
So Chiffon has been bumped from a supporting character to a main character during these past few episodes… Good for her! Was she one of the ‘good guys’ in the end? I’m not sure. The ending was really vague. All of a sudden she displayed abilities similar to the E-Pandoras, making me think that she, too, was a lab rat that those scientists experimented on. It would certainly explain why she would protect the facility and the researchers by fighting off her (former) friends. I can’t say anything with utmost certainty though, it was just too damn vague.
In the end Chiffon ended up sacrificing her life in order to fix the mistakes those scientists made before it destroyed the world as they knew it. What about that old dude? What about Maria? They showed us glimpses and nothing more. I dare say that this was a waste of time to watch and write about. Oh, and… Oh, to hell with it. I’m done reviewing Freezing Vibration.
It has been a very, very disappointing season. It just didn’t measure up from the very beginning. The finale was rushed, most of the important questions did not get answered, lots of depowered characters and the worst character on the show, Luis, was forgiven for his evil deeds like it never even happened. What a disappointing season… Please fire (and sue) the director!Read More